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, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usually offer better quality. >> surveillance
helps some crimes. >> reporter: frank, we're at napa's river front. we can see a surveillance camera over there, monitoring the public. now in the event of a crime that video and images from a cell phone are more and more likely to lead to a suspect. >> i would be looking for something to measure and calculate his height. i would be liking at the frame rate of the video. >> reporter: steve bowler showed us how enhancing grainy surveillance video can help investigators. >> clothing would be a factor too that i would be looking at. >> reporter: details that can help identify the shape of a person's face, clothing, or even what the person is holding in his hands. forensic experts, and police tell me video is often invaluable in situations such as the boston bombing. >> there's just so many videos out there. yeah, i think they'll find something. >> reporter: an advocate for the evidence in seeking truth. saying video forensics is a tool in finding the perpetrator and exonerating the accused. a team of people not only looking at surveillance video, but those from cell phones, which usuall
. 78 napa, and antioch. we're going use oakland temperatures trend here, temperatures leveling off friday, saturday. only to rise sunday, 78 by monday up to 83 degrees. and then we're seeing temperatures coming down. we're seeing 90s into warmest valleys by monday this, is a bay side community. that is just a preview of the week ahead. >> all i can think about is the weekend. >> announcement from the federal government about oxycontin, one of the best-selling painkillers out there. >> if you teach your children to share why it could be the wrong message. >> i'm michael finney. if you miss a payment how long can a credit card >>> a cars yn city, nevada boy will receive a long awaited bone marrow transplant tomorrow. we brought you the touching story of the 5-year-old last month. he was reunited with his 27-year-old brother from vietnam. his brother is a perfect match and came to be a donor. the transplant takes place at children's hospital, oakland. >> fda says it will not approve a generic version of oxycontin. it's one of the most abused prescription painkillers. in part because t
for antioch, 77 at napa. beautiful day for the wine country. and at the aptly named pleasanton, 78 degrees. up in the north bay the numbers will be in the mid-70s. santa rosa 76. and bodega bay where alfred hitchcock in 1962 shot "the birds" 65 degrees today. 65 for stinson beach, 64 at daly city. he shot that with a film camera, not anything else. five-day forecast, numbers in the 80s by monday around the bay, going to be nice. a few low clouds nudged back to the shoreline tomorrow morning. other than that high and dry numbers reaching mid-80s by the early part of next week. so the heat's on in the bay area. and while weather looks good, traffic may be another matter. but elizabeth is here to tell us about that. >> thanks, brian. >>> we have some breaking news that we're watching now around downtown san francisco. the same area where the big great earthquake ceremonies are supposed to happen later on this morning. we have a lot of police activity and streets are closed off. you're looking near intersection of market and 3rd right now. market is blocked off between kearney and geary streets. t
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